The Oktoberfest 2020 was cancelled. The 187th Munich Oktoberfest is planned to begin on September 18th 2021.

Do you prefer traditional, high or fast? The Oktoberfest has it all.

The Munich Oktoberfest has a range of rides, fun houses, and shows to offer that you won’t see anywhere else in the world. The newest, largest, and most spectacular transportable rides are combined with historic traditional attractions, some of them which are exclusive to the Oktoberfest. The most famous historic attractions are the vaudeville theater Schichtl, Teufelsrad, Toboggan, and Flohzirkus.

Children will enjoy a number of small carousels, wild water rides, and several family roller coasters, while thrill-seekers will rather find what they’re looking for in the Olympia-Looping, the largest transportable roller coaster in the world or the 80-meter-high Skyfall as well as modern classics like the Breakdancer.

On each page, you'll also find the ticket prices for the rides.

Family Fun


A fun house with jungle theme.

Dr. Archibald

Dr. Archibald is the first virtual reality attraction at the Oktoberfest.

A part of the facade of the Geisterpalast


The giant ghost train is new at Oktoberfest 2017.

Heidi – The Coaster

This spinning roller coaster is new at the Oktoberfest 2019.


The impressively large and plastic façade houses the third incarnation of the largest transportable indoor-roller-coaster of the world.

Münchner Skiparty

This fun house will premiere in 2019.


The little family rollercoaster is one of the new rides 2019.


As a replacement for the known Wildwasserbahn, this 300-meter-long log flume ride will premiere at the Oktoberfest 2019.

Die Wasserbahn Rio Rapidos

Rio Rapidos

The newest water ride at the Oktoberfest is the only one with spinning rafts. Due to its mild slopes, it's also suitable for smaller children.

Spinning Racer

The spinning rollercoaster is new at the Oktoberfest 2019.

Die doppelte Wilde Maus

Wilde Maus

Since 1934 a number of different Wild Mouse roller-coasters have been present at Oktoberfest. Also the current incarnation makes children’s eyes sparkle.


Feldls Teufelsrad auf dem Oktoberfest

Feldl's Teufelsrad

For many, an Oktoberfest visit without the „Devil’s Wheel“ is unimaginable. Watching its participants facing centrifugal challenges, is just too much fun.

Der Flohzirkus auf der Wiesn

Flee Circus

Often, it's the smallest things, which cause the biggest astonishment. At the Flee Circus, the tiniest artists imaginable try to do so with their stunts.

Ein Hau den Lukas auf dem Oktoberfest

High Strikers

High strikers have been the means of choice for decades for muscle men trying to convince their beloved of their capabilities (to ring a bell).

Die Hexenschaukel auf dem Oktoberfest


No Oktoberfest ride is older than the “Witches’ Swing”. It was 1894 when it first fooled the sense of orientation of its brave riders.

Die Krinoline auf dem Münchner Oktoberfest


Even more for the ride itself, the carousel is famous for its own brass band, which assures the acoustic entertainment of the riders.

Munich Zugspitzbahn

Named after the Zugspitze cable car, its Munich variant doesn't master a comparable elevation gain, but instead of that goes way faster.

Das charakteristische Oktoberfesriesenrad

Ferris Wheel

The characteristic Oktoberfest Ferris Wheel has turned into a landmark since its inauguration in 1979. And this is not completely unearned.

Russian Wheel

The “Russian Wheel” is a relic of a time in which big wheels didn't have to be that big after all, but instead spun their riders much faster than today.

Der Schichtl: Manfred Schauer


The most famous show of Oktoberfest has been around since 1869. Almost any Municher at least knows the legendary parade which is held in front of the theater.

Der Turm der Rutsche Toboggan


No Oktoberfest attraction attracts more viewers than the Toboggan. Each day, it challenges the balance of hundreds and amuses thousands who watch.

Thrill Rides


Since 2019, the Oktoberfest has an additional tower swing ride.

Break Dancer

Only very few carousels have been as successful as the Huss Breakdance. Even the Oktoberfest alone offers two incarnations of this intense ride.

Die Gondel der Schaukel Freestyle von unten


Spinning and swinging in a 120-degree radius - these are the ingredients of one of the funniest, family-friendly swing rides at the Oktoberfest.

Das riesige Hochkarussell High Energy auf der Wiesn

High Energy

The giant carousel not only leaves a powerful impression on its observers, but also on its riders - in a height of 30 meters and with lots of acceleration.

Höhenrausch XXL

Riders are catapulted to a height of 40 meters in a spinning gondola.

A train on Olympia Looping


The largest transportable rollercoaster of the world clearly is a giant. Since 1989 it has been magnetically attracting the bravest of Oktoberfest visitors.


The carousel now named Predator originally premiered at the Oktoberfest in 1998.

Der Skyfall im Sonnenuntergang


Skyfall is not the first ride at the Oktoberfest which was called “free-fall tower”, but it's the first one to actually offer a free fall.


The high-speed vertical carousel is one of the most popular Oktoberfest rides.